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Total Contradiction On House Prices

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Independent Online: Source - Hometrack 19th December.

"It has not been grim up North for house prices this year, as Bradford, Leeds and Hull emerge among the UK's property hotspots of 2005.....For the cities, Derby came top with a 1.3 per cent annual increase, followed by Bradford, Leeds, Hull and Newport"

BBC News: Source - RICS 20th December

"The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' monthly survey for December recorded the first national price increases in 15 months. ...But in Yorkshire 14% more surveyors reported a fall than an increase."

Who's telling the truth?

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